The Pocopson Board of Supervisors plays a central role in the township government. The general powers of the Supervisors are granted by Article 15 of the Pennsylvania Second Class Township Code.
The Board of Supervisors is responsible for the general governance of the Township, execution of sound fiscal management, and securing the health, safety and welfare of residents. As the legislative body, they set policy, enact ordinances, and adopt budgets. The Supervisors are responsible for land development, maintenance of Pocopson’s infrastructure and equipment, and stewardship of of its natural resources.
2022 Board of Supervisors:
Elaine DiMonte, Chair
Ricki Stumpo, Vice Chair
Raymond McKay, Supervisor
The Board of Supervisors will meet once per month. Meetings are held on the last Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m., with some exceptions* in 2022:
- March 28
- April 25
- May 23*
- June 27
- July 25
- August 22*
- September 26
- October 24*
- November 21*
- December 19*
The Board has scheduled work sessions for the Wednesdays prior to each meeting, to be held as needed. Work session agendas will be posted on the Township website and building bulletin board in advance of any actual work sessions.
Guidance for Remote Participation in Public Meetings/Hearings
Pocopson Township Public Meetings and Hearings are in-person. The Township continues to utilize the GoToMeeting Platform as an accommodation for virtual attendance by anyone who is not able to attend in-person. The GoToMeeting Access Code is available by contacting the Township Secretary at email@example.com or by calling the Township Office at 610-793-2151. If you are accessing a public meeting or hearing via GoToMeeting, be sure to familiarize yourself with the collaboration technology, including your laptop audio/video setup, for a productive experience during the meetings. A few meeting etiquette pointers:
- All participants should remain on mute, to prevent background noise, until public comment is open or until you are called to present an agenda item.
- Be sure to enter your full name (i.e., Dad or Microsoft PC User are not good attendee names) when accessing GoToMeeting from your laptop. This enables us to quickly identify a specific participant who needs to present or respond to a topic.
- For participants calling in on phones, we just see Caller 01, Caller 02, etc. We won’t know who you are until you identify yourself when you begin to speak.
- If your internet connectivity is poor, consider turning off your webcam.
If you suddenly lose audio and/or video, please try logging in or calling in again. If you can’t be heard when you wish to speak, please call the Township at 610-793-2151, 610-793-9390, or text to 484-947-9381.